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How to work well with your money in 2016

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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Simon Brown, a financial educator at Just One Lap.

The topic of discussion? Your money in 2016…

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One year is but a blink of an eye over a lifetime.

Simon Brown

If you’ve got some cash, put it into a Tax Free Savings Account. But remember, this is for the long-term.

Simon Brown

This is going to be the toughest Budget in 21 years.

Simon Brown

Wait four days. Is there another way to use the money? Do you still want it?

Simon Brown

Avoid debt. It’s silly to use debt for monthly expenses.

Simon Brown

Shop around and go back to your insurer. They may offer you a better rate. Has the value of, for example, your car come down?

Simon Brown

Annualise your savings. A monthly saving of R300 adds up to R3600 in a year.

Simon Brown

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This article first appeared on 702 : How to work well with your money in 2016


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